How to start a prison riot in BitLife

How to complete The V Challenge in BitLife

In a surprise twist, a new challenge has been released in BitLife a full day ahead of its normal time. BitLife devs have released the new challenge a full 24 hours ahead, on a Friday. The new challenge once again takes after previous challenges, borrowing something prevalent in pop culture, and making a task out of it. This new challenge is much more niche, but still pulls from a very popular media property, V for Vendetta. Here’s what you need to do to complete the new V Challenge in BitLife.

One of the more difficult things you need to do is not only to escape prison, but also to do it during a riot. When you want to start a prison riot in BitLife, here’s what to do. You need to get in prison first, and that means you should probably try to get caught doing the other tasks in this challenge, namely robbing a bank wearing the legendary Guy Fawkes mask. Once you go to jail, hang out for five years.

During that time, make sure to work as a barber. You can go out for the barber job via the Prison tab, while in prison. You can also trigger the Prison Riot after five years, and then you have to do the new mini-game.

Just like escaping prison in BitLife, you have a mini-game to complete. The prison riot mini-game is just a game of snake. Your goal is to move around the map, with your character’s face icon as the head of the snake, and collect 10 prisoners. Once you have collected all 10, the riot will kick off. Sometimes, guards will show up, you need to path around them, as hitting a guard with the “snake” is a loss.

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Once you have spawned the riot by finishing the mini-game, RNG takes over. The fate is up to the dice roll at that point. if the prisoners win the ensuing melee with the guards, they have a chance to escape. A failed battle will mean all the inmates will have to stay in jail. But if you win, you get out early.

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